Here at Rosanjin Tribeca, our dedication to food, like Rosanjin's art, encompasses the aesthetic essence of Japanese culture and cuisine. Our vision was initially inspired by one of Japan's most celebrated food connoisseurs and artists, Rosanjin Kitaoji. Rosanjin revolutionized the idea of Japanese cuisine and achieved his lifetime quest for beauty and art through food. At the core, kaiseki is the "art of food," a celebration involving extraordinary attention to detail in every aspect of the experience. For this reason, and to provide impeccable and thorough service, our restaurant consists only of 9 tables. We are dedicated to giving the utmost care to each process of the kaiseki experience. Kaiseki enjoys a beautiful history, rooted in the Zen monasteries of ancient Kyoto. We have transported this tradition and first class cuisine to Tribeca.